Sesame Street
Mr. Snuffleupagus loses every game that he plays with Big Bird
Air date January 1, 1975
Season Season 6 (1974-1975)
Sponsors H, I, 11
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Picture Segment Description
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Muppets Sesame Street News Flash
Kermit meets Little Miss Muffet, who sits on her water bed, eats crunchy granola, and is not afraid of the spider, who ends up frightening Kermit away.
(First: Episode 0601)
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Cartoon Henson: Eleven Cheer
(First: Episode 0273)
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Muppets Herbert Birdsfoot and Grover talk about "AN" words. Herbert demonstrates the words themselves, while Grover provides visual aids. The first word they talk about is RAN. While Herbert talks about how to make the word, Grover keeps running around the scene until he tires himself out.
(First: Episode 0160)
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Cartoon A mad scientist puts together a capital H.
(First: Episode 0284)
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SCENE 1 When Big Bird wins a game of checkers with Mr. Snuffleupagus for the tenth time in a row, Snuffy feels like quitting. Big Bird decides to have a race with him, but he wins again, further upsetting Snuffy. Big Bird thinks there must be a game that Snuffy is good at…
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Muppets Herbert now makes the word "CAN," so Grover makes a stack of them, which he knocks over.
(First: Episode 0160)
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SCENE 2 Big Bird plays a “Three of These Things” game with Snuffy, using pictures of three furry animals and one feathered (himself). Snuffy guesses wrong, and Big Bird begs him to stay.
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Muppets Finally, Herbert makes the word "FAN." Grover brings in a fan that blows them both away.
(First: Episode 0160)
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SCENE 3 Big Bird finally figures out what Snuffy is good at: not being seen. He proves it by having Snuffy hide, then going to fetch Susan, Gordon and David, who are all skeptical. He leads them to his nest area, then notices Snuffy’s snuffle sticking out of the barrels, and tries to conceal it. The adults leave, and Snuffy feels like he finally won something.
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Cartoon "It's a Lovely Eleven Morning"
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0362)
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Muppets Ernie & Bert — Bert can't go on a trip with Ernie because his hand has purple paint on it. Ernie puts a mitten on Bert's hand to cover it, but Bert still won't go because he looks silly wearing one mitten. So Ernie completes the outfit with another mitten, a hat, a scarf, and a sled. Ernie then reveals that they are going to the beach.
(First: Episode 0386)
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Cartoon Howard and Harold think of H words
(First: Episode 0284)
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Film A boy goes to the dentist and gets his teeth cleaned.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0476)
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Cartoon Adding up five ladybugs and five lizards
(First: Episode 0277)
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Cast Maria, Susan, Luis and David put together a fractured letter H.
(First: Episode 0422)
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Cartoon Beetle Bailey wants to be first in the chow line, but he ends up last.
(First: Episode 0666)
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Cartoon A boy gets lost, and encounters a man with a yo-yo, who tells him to remember everything he passed.
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 0408)
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SCENE 4 Gordon and David try to put a baby to sleep, but are having trouble. Sam the Robot intervenes by singing a lullaby he uses with machines.
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Cartoon A Gary Owens-voiced man attempts to discuss the letter I, but is jeered by an offscreen voice. The man uses him as an example of the word "impolite".
(First: Episode 0032)
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Muppets Ernie & BertBert has acquired some drums, but he doesn't know how to play them well. Ernie teaches him how to make drum playing exciting.
(First: Episode 0579)
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Cartoon A guru counts to twenty.
(First: Episode 0276)
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Muppets Muppet Hands count to 11.
(First: Episode 0183)
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Cartoon Three little men climb up the three flower stems.
(First: Episode 0634)
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Muppets Ernie & BertBert complains when a big letter H appears on the TV screen, so Ernie turns off the set, unplugs it, and takes a bunch of H objects out of the TV (including a hat, a house and a hamster). When he plugs it back in, a big letter I appears on the screen. Ernie wants to try fixing the TV again, but Bert tells him not to -- this is a great show.
(First: Episode 0578)
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Cartoon A big elephant and a small elephant make lowercase Hs come out of their trunks.
Artist: John and Faith Hubley
(First: Episode 0162)
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Cartoon A guru counts to twenty. (Spanish version)
(First: Episode 0276)
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SCENE 5 Susan sings “You Can Remember” to help the kids and Big Bird find some hidden items.
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Cartoon Rumba pencils (first, last, Crazy Melvin)
(First: Episode 0638)
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Film The Alphabet Dancers form a capital I.
(First: Episode 0462)
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Cartoon A drummer precedes C.T. Wordsworth who presents today's word: STREET. He sings about it with a boy who wears a crown.
(First: Episode 0309)
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Film Sesame Street Animal Films: Fish swim around.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0284)
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Cartoon "Poverty H
(First: Episode 0020)
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Muppets Super Grover: A boy is confused -- his mother told him to take a bus home, but he doesn't know where to find the bus. Super Grover arrives, and they soon discover a sign that says "Bus Stop". The boy suggests that they found the answer, but Super Grover insists that his mother told him to take a bus, and not a sign, home.
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Song Joe Raposo sings "Take a Breath."
(First: Episode 0347)
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Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentCookie Monster shows David a sign that says STREET.
(First: Episode 0423)
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Film Sesame Street Animal Films: A film of camels eating.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0388)
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SCENE 6 The sponsors are announced.


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